Chemical Skin Peels involve the very careful and specific application of a chemical exfoliant to the surface of the skin.
Our Skin Therapists love the immediate brightening effects of our peels with little or no down time afterwards.
We are delighted to be in partnership with both Exuviance and Dermalogica for our Skin Peels. Using Lactic, Salicylic and Glycolic acids in our Peels, combined with Hyaluronic Acid, Antioxidants and Peptides means we can treat a number of skin concerns such as:
Loss of Firmness
Dryness and Dehydration
Congestion and Oiliness
The depth of peel can be altered by your Skin Therapist depending on your skin type, sensitivity levels and desired result from the treatment. Find out more about the individual acids in our peels and why they are used here.
A superficial facial peel causes the top layer of your skin to peel off. It does not penetrate deep into your skin or dermis, but rather affects only the epidermal or outer layer of facial skin. Superficial peels are often referred to as lunchtime peels because they don’t take up a lot of your time and you can return to your normal activities right after. Superficial facial peels help make your skin smoother and more refreshed, alpha-hydroxy acid reduce fine wrinkles, and improve the texture of skin, skin tone and the skin colour.
A medium facial peel affects the epidermis and the upper layer of the dermis. It causes skin on these layers of your body to peel off. It penetrates your skin deeper than a superficial peel and may require some time off work for healing. Medium facial peels can be used to treat pigmentation spots, shallow scars, crow’s feet around your eyes, fine to moderate wrinkles on your skin.
Full Face – £75 (Course of 6 – £415)
Decollete – £55 (Course of 4 – £210)
Full Face and Décolleté – £110 (Course of 4 – £420)